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Kariko and Weissman immediately realized that their discovery was of enormous significance for the possible use of messenger RNA in medicine. These important findings were published in 2005, 15 years before the outbreak of the Corona epidemic.
Several cases of the viral disease have been discovered in the United States and Europe and health authorities are preparing to stop its spread. The good news: there is an effective vaccine against it
Modern technology will make it possible to determine the safety of vaccines using smart sensors
Researchers have succeeded in developing a method to deliver RNA in a capsule that can be swallowed, a development that will make it easier to take RNA vaccines
Final results of the Klalit Research Institute regarding the effectiveness of corona vaccines are published in the medical journal The New England Journal of Medicine: after the first vaccine dose: 57% effectiveness in preventing morbidity and a 62% reduction in severe disease after a second vaccine dose: a 94% reduction in morbidity and 92% are seriously ill
In recent days there has been a big uproar regarding the Helsinki Committee, what it determined or did not determine, and what it means for the vaccine. So let's break down the issue, to understand what the Ministry of Health really did wrong, and what this means for Pfizer, the vaccine and the Helsinki Committee. Dr.Roey Tsezana makes order
On Friday, the US Food and Drug Administration approved the vaccine for emergency use in people 16 and older. It is now expected that the Ministry of Health will approve the vaccine for emergency use in Israel as well
A flu vaccine during pregnancy protects the children and women from illness, but does it also have long-term risks? A decade-long follow-up study refutes this.
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